All science & technology museums and attractions to visit in Alabama

Alabama (United States) has some interesting places to visit if you are interested in science and technology. Below we list all 9 museums and attractions related to science and technology in Alabama for you to visit.

Are you into science and technology and are you looking for the best science museums to visit in Alabama? These are the ones:

  1. Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center1

    Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

    Mobile, AL
    The Exploreum Science Center, formerly known as the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center, is a non-profit institution located in downtown Mobile, Alabama. The center is dedicated to promoting science learning through a variety of activities, including exhibits, Digital Dome movies, demonstrations, workshops, and teacher professional development.
  2. Southern Museum of Flight2

    Southern Museum of Flight

    Birmingham, AL
    The Southern Museum of Flight, located in Birmingham, Alabama, is a civilian aviation museum. It is a place where visitors can explore the history and development of civilian aviation. The museum is home to nearly 100 aircraft, along with engines, models, artifacts, photographs, and paintings. It provides a comprehensive overview of the evolution of aviation, making it a fascinating destination for anyone interested in the history of flight.
  3. Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum3

    Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

    Birmingham, AL
  4. Mcwane Science Center4

    Mcwane Science Center

    Birmingham, AL
    The McWane Science Center, located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, serves as both a science museum and a research archive. This unique combination makes it a fascinating destination for those interested in exploring the world of science in an interactive and engaging way.
  5. North Alabma Railroad Museum5

    North Alabma Railroad Museum

    Huntsville, AL
  6. Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum6

    Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum

    Tuscaloosa, AL
    In May 2005, it was announced that the bathhouse would be converted into a transportation museum. This transformation was made possible after the Alabama Department of Transportation awarded the city a grant to convert the facility into a museum illustrating the history of transportation in Tuscaloosa. The financing for the project came from a $1.94 million federal award that required a 20 percent match by the city.
  7. Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center and Museum7

    Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center and Museum

    Tuscaloosa, AL
    The Mercedes-Benz Tuscaloosa plant was completed in July 1996. The construction of this plant was a significant investment by Daimler, with a total cost of 300 million US dollars. This investment was part of Daimler's strategy to better serve the American market and underline its claim as a global company.
  8. Cook Museum of Natural Science8

    Cook Museum of Natural Science

    Decatur, AL
    The Cook Museum of Natural Science is a state-of-the-art natural science museum in downtown Decatur, AL. It provides a hands-on, immersive experience where kids can explore, interact with, and learn about nature.
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    Gulfquest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico

    Mobile, AL

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